A special trip for a young movie star

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A special trip for a young movie star

Sterling Bachman, 11, subject and star of “Sterling’s Special Love Holds,” joins his mother, Cindy Bachman, last week in the lobby of General Palmer Hotel.
Sterling Bachman, 11, reads a letter printed in Braille in the lobby of General Palmer Hotel. “Sterling’s Special Love Holds,” which was shown during Durango Film, chronicles his family’s and his own efforts to rise above a genetic disorder that has robbed him of his sight.
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A special trip for a young movie star

Sterling Bachman, 11, subject and star of “Sterling’s Special Love Holds,” joins his mother, Cindy Bachman, last week in the lobby of General Palmer Hotel.
Sterling Bachman, 11, reads a letter printed in Braille in the lobby of General Palmer Hotel. “Sterling’s Special Love Holds,” which was shown during Durango Film, chronicles his family’s and his own efforts to rise above a genetic disorder that has robbed him of his sight.
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